Call for applications from advocates across Africa. Keeping Girls in School Africa (KGIS) network is inviting interested individuals and organisations across Africa to send an application to participate in its capacity building and activation of advocates for girls’ education. KGIS will host a workshop to introduce active advocates to the topic of girls’ education, and […]

In making sure that at least every girl child should go through Enrollment, Retention, and Completion of Secondary Education, The keeping girls in school [KGIS] movement was launched which is mainly to encourage safe space training in states from both the northwest and north east zone and which was held from 13th June to 17th […]

The opening of the KGIS community account in a microfinance bank has been actualized. Ever since well-meaning residents outside and within the community are encouraged to donate and ensure that orphans and less privileged girls are enrolled in school and finish at least secondary school education without fear of financial restraint. To set an example […]

His Royal Highness, Alh Abubakar Umar Suleiman OFR, the Emir of Bade on behalf of the KGIS network in his emirate hosted a town hall meeting on girls’ education. The meeting which had in attendance key stakeholders had a paper on the “Importance of Girl-Child Education from an Islamic Perspective and their Contribution in the […]

In July 2021, the Keeping girls in school network led by the Emir of Argungu organized a town hall meeting in the Argungu community, Kebbi state, Nigeria. To have a data-informed conversation and subsequent solutions. Hence, an academic paper on the situation of girls’ education in Kebbi state was presented by Mallam Abdulsalami (KGIS Youth […]

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